80, of Evergreen, Colorado passed away Thursday, December 29, 2016.
He is survived by Dolores Christensen of Evergreen; and sons Aaron (Robin) Christensen of Alamosa and Ryan Christensen of Denver.
For over thirty-five years, Jack Christensen worked applying rules, regulations and securities law using the regulatory apparatus in financial markets. His experiences were in offices in San Francisco, California, Washington, D.C., and Denver, Colorado. He was supportive to attorneys in arbitrations, litigations both in the state and federal courts. He handled negotiations and/or litigation of formal cases against parties involved in the regulatory process, which involved broker/dealers and public customers.
Jack also served as a consultant and expert witness in numerous securities cases throughout the United States.
He served as Captain in the USMC, worked as District Director for the Nat’l Assoc. of Securities Dealers in San Francisco, California, Washington D.C., and Denver; as well as serving as Principal of four Securities Firms in the Denver area.
He made his home in Evergreen for over 35 years, raising a family, serving in the past the Board of Hiwan Hills Homeowners Improvement Association and Evergreen Metro. Water District while managing his own Fordham Financial Company.
“Work and no play makes a dull boy!” His love for sports and hardly ever excluded, were basketball, football and baseball competitions in national leagues as well as college were included up to the time of his illness.